Posts Tagged ‘podcast’

Podcast: CANADA STEPS UP PERSECUTING CHRISTIANS

Supreme Court is Unanimous!

In a historically-significant move, Canada’s Supreme Court voted unanimously to persecute Christians who speak against “sin” as defined by the Bible. No surprise here. But this will profoundly reshape the last few Christian churches in that country. Kevin Swanson and Dave Buehner discuss the church’s response to the Christian apostasy in the West.

Canada Steps Up Persecuting Christians

HSLDA Video Series, Episode 12: Homeschooling through the Bad & the Good

No matter how well things are going in your family, there will be good days and bad days, says HSLDA Toddlers to Tweens Educational Consultant Vicki Bentley. A veteran homeschooling mother to 8 biological and 50 foster children, Vicki knows just how good or how bad things can get.

“I hate you and I hate homeschooling!” Vicki’s 14-year-old daughter shouted. In this video, Vicki takes an honest look back at one of her worst days of homeschooling and a hope-filled leap forward to the good fruit and strong relationships that grew out of her family’s homeschooling journey.

In fact, Vicki says the development of relationships is one of the most important fruits of homeschooling. And today her children recognize the gift of those relationships and the unique opportunities that home education provided—from professional acting to missions work to running their own company.

Vicki encourages parents “not to compare your family to another family, but to ask God to give you His vision for your family.”

Watch now. >> HSLDA Video Series, Episode 12: Homeschooling Through the Bad & the Good

Podcast! Interview with Creation Scientist Dr. Jonathan Sarfati

Interview with Creation Scientist Dr. Jonathan Sarfati


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This past Monday, March 26, 2012, Dr. Jonathan Sarfati spoke in Winston-Salem, NC on the topic “Design, Deluge & Dilemma.”

Dr. Jonathan Sarfati is a former New Zealand national chess champion and creationist author with a PhD in chemistry. He works full-time for Creation Ministries International in Atlanta, GA. You can read a more complete bio at the Creation.com website. Some of the excellent Creation resources from Creation Ministries International that Dr. Sarfati has penned include Refuting Evolution, which now has over 400,000 copies in print, Refuting Compromise, and is the co-author of the popular Creation Answers Book.

Additionally, Dr. Sarfati serves as co-editor of the beautiful Creation magazine and also writes and reviews articles for the Journal of Creation.

These all make wonderful resources for homeschoolers seeking to teach science from a Christian worldview.

We had an opportunity to interview Dr. Sarfati before his lecture to ask him some questions pertinent to homeschoolers. Enjoy the podcast!

Podcast! Second Generation Home Educators, Part 2 of 2


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Do homeschooled children choose to homeschool their children? And if so, why? These are some of the questions raised (and answered!) on this the second of a two-part podcast all about 2nd-generation homeschooling. We interview Mrs. Amy Becker and Mrs. Lydia Bowman, two homeschool graduates who are now happily homeschooling their own children. They discuss with Greg about passing along the vision without pressure. Some of the reasons they decided homeschooling was the best educational method for them and their families include:

• ability to select different programs for different needs
• tailoring teaching to learning styles
• increased flexibility
• family closeness
• and more!

If you love homeschooling and want to see it continue from generation to generation, then be sure to tune in for part 2 of this 2 part podcast outlining some excellent reasons to choose home education and how to pass along that love for home education to the next generation.

Podcast! Second Generation Home Educators, Part 1 of 2


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Do homeschooled children choose to homeschool their children? And if so, why? These are some of the questions raised on the podcast today all about 2nd-generation homeschooling. We interview Mrs. Amy Becker and Mrs. Lydia Bowman, two homeschool graduates who are now happily homeschooling their own children. They discuss with Greg about passing along the vision without pressure. Some of the reasons they decided homschooling was the best educational method for them and their families include:

• ability to select different programs for different needs
• tailoring teaching to learning styles
• increased flexibility
• family closeness
• and more!

If you love homeschooling and want to see it continue from generation to generation, then be sure to tune in for some excellent reasons to choose home education and how to pass along that love for home education to the next generation.